DESPITE enjoying a big win at the weekend, Peterlee Town could well make changes to their side for tonight’s Wearside League game at home to Seaton Carew, writes Malcolm Pratt.
Manager Paul Frame has signed Rhys Wier from Chester-le-Street to add to Nick Doyle and David Henderson who also moved in from the Cestrians.
In addition, several players who were unavailable for the fixture at Kirbymoorside also come into contention.
Captain Ian Redman, Ryan Mather, James Parkinson, Rick Maughan, Marc Stephenson, Calvin Magnus and Adam Heath all come into the plans of Frame and his assistants Craig Parkinson and Carl Robb.
Paul Taylor, Kris Johnson and Michael Noble though remain on the injured list. Seaton Carew name an unchanged squad.
Easington Colliery are at full strength for their fixture at Boldon CA who hope to have Gary Brooks, Paul Hobson and Chris Hamill in their line-up.
Ashbrooke Belford House miss Kyle Anderson, Mark Green and David Scott, who have work commitments, but Luke Olabode, Dale Wells and captain Kenny Taylor return.
Coxhoe cannot call upon John Cook or Alex Mitton.
Willington, aiming to keep the pressure on leaders Stockton Town and Richmond Town, entertain second-bottom Annfield Plain with minus Gareth Ayres and Andrew Richardson who are working. Stephen Howe has a niggling injury and is unlikely to make the team. The Plain have a clean bill of health and will field their first-choice line up.
Liam Darville made a big impact on his return for Richmond Town in the last game and he’s again named for the visit to Darlington Cleveland Bridge where he will line up alongside brother Ben.
There are injury concerns for skipper Jason Newall and Sean Radford, but goalkeeper Adam Cunningham and Gary Shardha come in.
The Bridge welcome the inclusion of Martyn Stubbings, Darren Griffiths and John McKie but neither Brendan Lally nor Lee Redpath can turn out.
In last night’s only game, Redcar Athletic defeated Stockton Town 2-1.